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No more multiple time zone clocks on the Always On Display? (One UI 6.1)

(Topic created: 05-14-2024 12:10 PM)
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dhlunique
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Just updated to One UI 6.1 this morning and after a few hours, when I REALLY needed it, discovered that my multiple time zone clocks (I always have 4 for business contacts) were gone!

Does everyone have this problem, or did I just spend an hour fruitlessly looking for the setting to put my timezones back?

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userFmgpiAHTAW
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Galaxy S22

This really is unacceptable.  Any upgrade should, as a norm, ensure that previous functions remain unaltered.

The style of multiple clocks was altered on an earlier 'upgrade', for the worse.  No multiple clocks have disappeared altogether - I assume because some 20 year old geek has decided he/she knows best what customers expect.  If Samsung read these posts , FIX IT.

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GaryB82
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Galaxy S22
You now need goodlock lockstar to add the widgets to the aod


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dhlunique
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Thank you for the suggestion, Gary. These apps don't seem to suit my need.

Well, Lockstar (unless there is another Lockstar) is totally data-hungry, despite their PlayStore declaration. Good Lock "may share these data types [Location and Device or other IDs] with third parties." Unless there are different "goodlock" or "lockstar" apps.

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TipsyTrex
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You need to download it from the galaxy store. It's an official first party samsung customization app.
dhlunique
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Thank you, TT. I found Good Lock and Lock Star in the Galaxy Store, as recommended. Unfortunately, the combination only allow two clocks on the AOD, and the clocks themselves aren't the simple version that was previously available - there is LOTS of useless screen-consuming noise.

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userFmgpiAHTAW
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Galaxy S22

This really is unacceptable.  Any upgrade should, as a norm, ensure that previous functions remain unaltered.

The style of multiple clocks was altered on an earlier 'upgrade', for the worse.  No multiple clocks have disappeared altogether - I assume because some 20 year old geek has decided he/she knows best what customers expect.  If Samsung read these posts , FIX IT.